The conduct of Mission-Type Economic Planning (MTEP) requires economic and financial indicators that Central Planners will need from Economic Planners and their retinue of Accountants. While the Council State will be able to compile its own data for the State Accounts, Domestic Accounts and Foreign Accounts, it is counting on the Economic Planners and Accountants to collaborate with the rest of the Totality. The National Accounts remain incomplete without the Communion Accounts, Social Accounts, and Household Accounts. The trio of accounts covered by the Accountants and Economic Planners is applicable to the Totality and the Self, from the largest Industries to individual Vocations.
The most practical way of evaluating the Communion Accounts, Social Accounts, and Household Accounts is to reapply the sociological categories discussed previously in The Third Place (1st Ed.):
- Economic Organizations of the Tournament and Student Tournament
- The Totality
- The Self (as Households)
Accountants must gather all available economic and financial data from the various Vocations, Professions, Enterprises, and Industries for the Socialist Student Economy, the VCS Economy, and Reciprocal-Reserve Banking System. Economic and financial data are collected by Social Rank, compiled in financial ledgers, and added toward the Worksheet of Sociable Accounts (WSA). Economic Planners maintain close communications with each other, coordinating their actions to ensure that their Accountants’ financial ledgers are deposited at State Banks, where the data is combined and given to the Central Bank by the State Banks themselves. The Central Bank relies on the combined data to learn the determine the TPP (Total Productive Potential), using it to set the RPF (Requisitionary Productive Forces). The process may be done physically or digitally, but a standardized set of procedures must be established to ensure the best results.
The Communion, Social and Household Accounts follow the parameters of the National Accounts which are found with the TPP equation. One column covers incomes, a second column for production, and a third for expenditures. Every conceivable source of Arbeit and Geld in the Domains of the Work-World will be found for the Accountants to record, track and process for the Economic Planners to perform advisory roles for the Administrators of Enterprises and the Delegates of Civil Servants in a functioning Council Democracy. The Inspectors perform auditory roles on behalf of State Commissars and Superintendents, who perform their own roles at the State Commissariats, employing Council Democracy to set Prices and Paygrades on the Totality’s behalf. Here, the political, the economic, the financial, the social, and the cultural operate in unison to form fundamental basis of Production for Dasein.
Revenue: How much Arbeit and Geld are being created in the Tournament, by the Totality, and among Households. It primarily includes Actual Arbeit, Digital Arbeit, Actual Geld and Digital Geld created from the LER and LERE Processes as well as those received from all Transactional Sales.
Spending: How much Geld is being spent in the Tournament, by the Totality, and among Households. It tracks the amount of Geld that all three spend on anything not related to the LER and LERE Processes, such as Basic Essentials Sales and Non-Essential Sales.
Expenses: How much Geld is being spent in the Tournament, by the Totality, and among Households. It determines the amount of Geld that all three require to sustain the production processes of the Domains within the Work-World as part of the LER and LERE Processes.
State Funds, People’s Geld, and Personal Geld: How much Geld is currently owned by the Tournament, the Totality, and Households. It is the amount of Geld that all three have left over after all expenditures. In Council Democracy, the Council State determines how much of its own State Budget should be allocated to the State Funds of economic organizations and the Paygrades of the Totality on a per Household basis.
Product Outputs: The Value of finished products created from production processes.
Drawings: How much Geld was withdrawn from the finances of lower-ranking economic organizations by the Totality and Households as part of Life-Energy Charging (LECs).
Transactional Sales: How much Geld was gained from selling finished products of production processes.
Basic Essential Sales: How much Geld was gained from rendering Basic Essentials required by the Tournament, the Totality, and Households. Water, electricity, energy, transportation, and healthcare are notable examples of Basic Essentials.
Non-Essential Sales: How much Geld was received from rendering services that are not Basic Essentials. Luxury goods, consumer goods, and other economic activities not required by other production processes.
Resource Inputs: The Value of Equipmentalities that were spent on production processes.
Stipends: Additional Geld allocated to specific Professions by the Council State for creative, artistic, educational, and religious contributions to the National Consciousness. Must be spent on their intended purposes as they were described to the Council State vis-à-vis the State Commissariats.
Production Costs: How much Geld was spent on harvesting natural resources, producing Equipmentalities, and rendering goods and services.
Essential Costs: How much Geld was spent on obtaining Basic Essentials.
Non-Essential Costs: How much Geld was spent on acquiring Non-Essentials.
Everything covered here is economic indicators relevant to the Tournament, the Totality, and Households. The financial indicators are of importance to the Council State, which is responsible for the Financial Regime that presides over the Reciprocal-Reserve Banking System. Those financial indicators, like the rest of the WSA, deserves its own Entry.
Categories: Work-Standard Accounting Practices
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